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2003; Shimojo, Simion, Shimojo, & Scheier, 2003). This gazing bias appears functional. , genetic quality and fertility), which ultimately increases offspring viability (Rhodes, 2006). Accordingly, humans in general tend to look for physically attractive mates. Research on preferences for partner characteristics shows that both men and women prefer attractive over unattractive partners (Feingold, 1990). Thus, physical attractiveness serves as an indicator to identify genetically viable mates (Thornhill & Gangestad, 1999).

Cain, D. (2004). The relationship between indicators of sexual compulsivity and high risk sexual practices among men and women receiving services from a sexually transmitted infection clinic. Journal of Sex Research, 41, 235–241. Kalichman, S. , Johnson, J. , & Kelly, J. A. (1994). Sexual sensation seeking: Scale development and predicting AIDS-risk behavior among homosexually active men. Journal of Personality Assessment, 62, 385–397. Kalichman, S. , & Rompa, D. (1995). Sexual sensation seeking and sexual compulsivity scales: Reliability, validity, and predicting HIV risk behavior.

Features such as accessibility, affordability, anonymity, and acceptability contribute to the Internet’s popularity and, potentially, its risk (Cooper, 1998; Cooper, Crepaz, & Marks, 2001). On the one hand, these factors can reduce isolation and develop social skills in users, making the Internet a healthy dating environment (Cooper, Boise, Mahue, & Greenfield, 1999; Leiblum, 1997). On the other hand, the Internet offers nearly instant access to large numbers of potential sexual partners, some of whom may be seeking unsafe sexual experiences and with relative anonymity.

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